electronic jamming


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Noun1.electronic jamming - deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems
ECM, electronic countermeasures - electronic warfare undertaken to prevent or reduce an enemy's effective use of the electromagnetic spectrum
barrage jamming - electronic jamming over a wide range of frequencies simultaneously
selective jamming, spot jamming - electronic jamming of a specific channel or frequency
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The Russian official called for stopping to supply terrorists with high tech equipment and modern weapons, indicating at the same time that the drones were affected by Russian electronic jamming as they withdrew to a certain distance, yet they were destroyed.
? With radar used during the Second World War by both the RAF and the Germans, Mr Hendrix said it was during this conflict that the British employed countermeasures such as electronic jamming.
* The STRELA-10T ADMS is designed for covering units and small-size objectives of the Army against low-flying aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles and other unmanned air vehicles in all kinds of the battle, on the march and at positions under the conditions of electronic jamming day and night.
Such moves could involve longer patrols, ones involving larger numbers of ships or operations involving closer surveillance of Chinese facilities in the area, which now include electronic jamming equipment and advanced military radars.
In addition, because the systems do not emit radiative signals, they are less vulnerable to electronic jamming and anti-radiation missile attacks.
For live broadcasting from the JSA, the military plans to lift electronic jamming in the area during the summit.
The project, which has been running since 2001, involves exercises to simulate responses to electronic jamming and attacks on satellites belonging to the countries involved--threats organisers believe could be realistic in the next decade.
It can carry day and night cameras and can be equipped with radar techniques, electronic warfare techniques, electronic jamming and eavesdropping.
Since the enemy air defense radar network is often deployed by a number of air defense radars, if only relying on a single electronic jamming aircraft to interfere with the enemy radar network, it is difficult to achieve the desired suppression effect due to the limited interference resources on a single jamming aircraft.
Software approaches look set to increase in importance regarding tactical radio design, while threats in terms of anti-satellite weapons and electronic jamming will also influence tactical radio engineers.
This includes electronic jamming devices, which the Gin Tub isn't using, since those interfere with communications over a wide area, and could disrupt emergency services.
A number of EA-18 Growlers would have to be purchased as well, as these aircraft provide the electronic jamming that make up for the Super Hornet's lack of stealthiness.

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